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From 1786 to Victoria's reign, the King's head Duty Mark always faces right and is embossed like all other hallmarks.When Victoria came to the throne in 1837, the mark was replaced with the Queen's head duty mark which always faces left. Go to the appropriate section in Bradburys for the given town.In that year and the following year, the head faced left and was debossed rather than embossed.This mark has become known as the Incuse Duty Mark.This mark is sometimes mistook for the standard mark but it was in fact a special duty mark, used only in Dublin.Again, you don’t need to memorise these marks, just flick through Bradburys to find them.
Silver jewelry marks are the hallmarks found on silver jewelry to help identify the composition and source of the jewelry.
Below is a pictorial catalog of manufacturer trademarks.
Once you have identified the manufacturer you will be able to click through to a list of patterns by that manufacturer.
If your answer is NO you may still want to review the manufacturers trademarks to see if there is a match.
It is possible that your pattern is silverplate and not actual sterling silver.